Katie Price's wicked new panto role

I am going to do everything!

– Katie has big plans for the future - including having more children

Model, television star and businesswoman Katie Price will be bringing some glitz and glamour to Woking this Christmas when she plays the Wicked Fairy in pantomime Sleeping Beauty.

The former glamour model tells us about unleashing her wicked streak in the production which also stars Ben Faulks, aka CBBC's Mr Bloom, as Prince Charming.

We also catch up with Katie about what else is happening in her world - including how son Harvey is doing after a recent routine operation.

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Mason Noise meets his ego match in Piers

There was a surprise eviction on Saturday night's X Factor and the evictee was the controversial Mason Noise - who didn't seem too unhappy to be leaving...

The controversial contestant performed his rendition of Nick Jonas' song Jealous but despite Nick himself tweeting his support, Mason became the seventh hopeful to leave this year's competition.

He joins us now to tell us why he's relieved and what's next for him...

Adam Lambert on stepping into Mercury's shoes

Fans thought it couldn't happen but one man has managed to step into the place of Freddie Mercury and brought the magic of Queen back to headlining festivals around the world.

Frontman Adam Lambert joins us live to talk about doing Freddie proud and his new solo material.

Watch Adam take our Which GMB Presenter Are You? quiz below! It's not the result we would have predicted...

Welcome back Piers Morgan

It may have been a bit of a controversial decision inviting him back but it's official - Piers Morgan is back by unpopular demand.

To celebrate his first day as an official member of the GMB team we got a few friends (and maybe one or two foes) to record their own special good luck message for Piers...

GMB team shone at ITV Gala night

The stars were out in force for the ITV Gala awards last night and our Good Morning Britain girls looked as glamorous as ever on the red carpet.

It was a very special night of entertainment at the London Palladium celebrating ITV's 60th year!

Other famous faces on the night included The X Factor gang and Olly Murs, who told Richard Arnold about his slip up on last weekend's live elimination.

''You know it was a silly and stupid mistake'' he said. ''I hold my hands up. I apologised to Monica and the guys on the show, but the show must go on.''

Richard Arnold has all the gossip from the night!